Giant Transfers for Bitcoin and 3 Altcoins from Whales
Cryptocurrency whales are back in action. This time, their transfers regarding Bitcoin and 3 altcoins draw attention. Here are the details of the giant transfers and where the money goes.
Cryptocurrency investors with deep pockets have transferred more than $1 billion. Especially Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP) and Polygon (MATIC) transfers draw attention. It also happens at a time when the market is in decline.
According to the data provided by the Whale Alert platform, which monitors whale movements, it has transferred $ 849.1 million in Bitcoin in the last two days. In the largest of these transfers, a whale transferred $269.4 million worth of 10,000 BTC from one unknown wallet to another unknown wallet.
Other BTC transfers caught on Whale Alert’s radar are as follows:
- 1,572 BTC (worth $41.40 million) was sent from unknown wallet to liquidity provider B2C2.
- 2,028 BTC (worth $53.41 million) was sent from unknown wallet to cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase.
- 999 BTC (worth $26.38 million) was sent from the cryptocurrency exchange Binance to the unknown wallet.
- 867 BTC (worth $22.89 million) sent from crypto exchange Binance to unknown wallet.
- 999 BTC ($26.65 million worth) sent from Binance to unknown wallet.
- 5,500 BTC (worth $146.79 million) was sent from unknown wallet to another unknown wallet.
- 9,714 BTC ($262.07 million worth) was sent from unknown wallet to another unknown wallet.
Whale Alert also announces that whales have transferred 30,000,000 MATIC. $24.94 million worth of MATIC coins went from Polygon Staking to an unknown wallet. Whales also made two major ETH transfers. The details of these transfers are as follows:
- 22,860 ETH (worth $40.46 million) was transferred from an unknown wallet to the crypto exchange Binance.
- 70,000 ETH (worth $123.91 million) went from one unknown wallet to another unknown wallet.
Whales also transferred 50,000,000 XRP. $20.95 million worth of XRP was sent from Ripple to an unknown wallet.
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